Gumball Mason Jar Teacher Gifts

The end of the school year and Teacher Appreciation Week {May 5th-9th} are approaching fast.  Send those special teachers a little token of your gratitude with my gumball mason jar teacher gifts idea.  You can print the fun tags and jar toppers from this post.  After that, these teacher gifts will take you about 5 minutes to assemble.  Quick, easy, and cute?  That is my kind of project!

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Mason jar teacher gifts supplies:

Mason Jar Teacher Gift -- add gumballs to a jar and print these fun labels for the perfect gift for any teacher. Let’s start with the tags.  Click here to print your own teacher appreciation tags.  Punch both a plain tag and a “BALL” tag from the sheet for each jar you are making.

Mason Jar Teacher Gift -- add gumballs to a jar and print these fun labels for the perfect gift for any teacher. One secret to perfect punches is to punch upside down as shown in the image below.  You can see the image through the back and make sure it is lined up perfectly.  Also, a new punch may be stiff.  Punch a few times with waxed paper to get it working well.

Mason Jar Teacher Gift -- add gumballs to a jar and print these fun labels for the perfect gift for any teacher. Fill your jar with gumballs.  Either all one color or layer multiple colors in the jar.  Attach the “BALL” tag to the top of the jar with some glue dots.  Punch a hole in the tag and tie it on with some twine.

Mason Jar Teacher Gift -- add gumballs to a jar and print these fun labels for the perfect gift for any teacher.

Create one or a dozen of these super simple teacher gifts in just a few minutes.  Any teacher will love this small token of appreciation.

Gumball-mason-jar-teacher-gifts-Darice-1 Will you be giving a mason jar teacher gift this year?  Try our version with gumballs!  So simple and so cute!

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Angie blogs at The Country Chic Cottage where you can find creative crafts, vintage finds, home decor, and DIY all with a little farmhouse flair. Angie has been blogging for over 2 years and is married with three kids. Stop by her blog where you will find everything from small, quick crafts to major furniture and home makeovers.

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